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.s., australia, and others combined. payment ranges from the lira to the yen. ebay enterprise -- use technology to make payments for the world's biggest brands. all of it adds up to more than $14 billion in revenue for ebay last year. >> for more on the booming business, i am joined by the man who is responsible for turning them into a global e-commerce platform and a leader in global payments. john donahoe is the ceo of ebay. under his leadership, they have grown to over $15 billion today. congratulations on that. this is a big time of year for you. >> we're happy to have you here. happy to host you. >> let's talk about thanksgiving. how did it go for ebay? >> it was a very strong week. it has never been a better time to be a consumer. technology is changing how we are able to shop. it is no longer just about black friday. it is the cyber five. it started on thanksgiving day. people shop on their couch. they start shopping on their smartphone or tablet or laptop. that continues throughout the holiday weekend. for that five day period, we saw at all of our properties -- a 96% increase in mobile
and control is absolutely crucial. and now, we have a new technology. we understand much better how we can interact at a distance. we must, as well, deploy some demand and control elements. and how we can empower, i who say, the strategy corporal in the field, with the new technology. so we have a lot of things. in terms of the country as well. and certainly in the air/land domain, how we work again better together. we improve the efficiency. and the keys are the joint intellnnceg of everything. and afterwards, selective measures, selective effects to reach the best level of efficiency, i would say, on the realm, depending on the effects that we are really expecting from those system, those people, those men and women. >> you just had an industry day. have you been going around the world to try to solicit the best ideas from industry. you just got back from istanbul. what were you looking for, from industry, what do you want to see from industry? >> well, what i would see, that was a clear outcome of istanbul, a nato forum, it is more interaction with us in preparing the future. everybody
as well. they see a real value proposition where we can provide technology to them, fundamental ad technology to create integrations and mobile. at the same time, we can build revenue around that. primarily selling to advertisers. by putting those two things together, we have been able to solve the fundamental problem of how do you make money in mobile? how do you build that business? without kargo, it is hard to do. we solve this. >> what do your clients want most from you? >> they want to know they have a partner that understands what premium is, that is respectful of the brand and how long it has taken them to build that brand. who's going to get them great dollars, high premium cpm dollars. assist their own sales force that understands mobile. if you can help them understand mobile and bring them the dollars they would not get themselves, there is nothing better. they keep coming and saying, cargo, you solved our mobile advertising challenges. >> you do video. you have a lot of social media integration. you have made of advertising. this gets a lot of categories of what your cl
? >> absolutely. i'd have to say the technology is so pervasive and so precise, it really must be used to our advantage and clearly the nsa is working within parameters that have been prescribed legally. we have the fisa court that allows to us do that. so the united states is taking advantage of some technologies and capabilities to really do the very, very best it can in terms of tracking those that have -- that the united states has great interest on and known terrorists. and as a result of that, absolutely some innocents will be caught up in this. but because of the nature of the technology and the direction that we want to take this, those innocents, much like brian todd described, will be sifted away and swept away and not used in any type of ongoing tore developing investigation and/or operation. >> so, christopher with the aclu, let me ask you this, do you see any value to this kind of surveillance or do you think it's run amuck? >> this is not a surveillance program targeted at people suspected of doing something wrong. this is getting vast achlts of data from people who have done no
our technology, and because of the greed and cheap labor, they are the ones who are running this whole fiasco throughout the world. until we get people up there -- and the congress and so forth, and the greed in the pride -- basically they look at what the people of the united states of america needs and start working for the country again, we will never ever be able to continue. worse -- wars are not the answer. anybody feels pride in their own country. that it isis agreed greed. think it is greed. things will change but it is the greed that is killing everybody. never ended, it just has been moved overseas. he will see this around the world. that is all i have to say about the situation. this is from one of our regular tweeters -- you can send us a tweet at @ cspanwj. smaller is better, a look at the us military out at west point. --begins with these words democrats line, good morning. i was looking at a question you are asking. was honest,g everybody was being honest -- i am in georgia. these hear me out. we are in a red state that republicans control. do isbill they detrimental to
specializes in technology policy. and emma, director of the free expression project. and joy spencer joins us from the digital center for democracy. and katie is assistant edit of slate who has been critical of eraser laws. meg, explain the thought process behind laws like the one we just saw get signed in california. why are these types of laws being proposed? >> things that we are seeing, a general fear, of this permanent record, we're all creating these permanent records, and for adults that starts at an age where there is a level of understanding of how this content is going to be understood and accepted. but a large percent, i think 90% of two-year-olds has an online presence. now we're seeing permanent records starting at a very young age. obviously if they're two years old, it's their parents putting up the content, and it goes on throughout the life of the user. >> generally do you like the idea of what these laws are trying to do? >> i do. i think they're intended to protect the development of kids through this very vital identi identity--identity process that is natural, good for th
-class institution that mergers the modern technology in putting the patient first. at the same time we'll meet the legislature mandatory to meet the service sound hospitals that will be ready to serve the bay area xhusht should such a disaster happen. thank you for the opportunity to say thanks to a st. luke's in their rebuild project. they clearly understood the project for o who have dreamed of the hospital facilities they and their i patients deserve. as a chief of the staff and most probably in the future today is a wonderful day for me, my fell staff members and most importantly all the patients who will be cared for in your new and beautiful care centers. thank you (clapping.) good morning mayor ed lee dr. browner and mr. co- hill and distinguished guests. i'm marilyn logan i'm the nurse manager of the medical unit at the st. luke's campus. it's truly an honor to be here and i'm very k350i69d we're moving forward with our project to build 20/20 hospitals in 0 san francisco. for the past 5 years i've worked at the pacific campus and at the st. luke's campus. our nurses are proud of the ca
a $300 holiday bonus with a 2-year agreement. technology that makes life more entertaining. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's powerful. at 800.974.6006 tty/v. >>> take a look at this. a deteriorating indicating sewer line is to blame for the damage in california. it was swallowed by a sinkhole that opened up overnight. emergency crews say the deteriorating line caused the asphalt to give way. crews pulled the cadillac out. no one in the car at the time. >>> some ups packages heading out of maryland for the holidays won't make it this year. a truck with $20,000 worth of packages, it caught fire today. no one was hurt. ups has not said how it will compensate customers whose packages were destroyed. >>> an expensive crime spree. vandals broke into more than a dozen cars along a busy stretch of northwest d.c. it happened on new york avenue, not far from chinatown. the crooks used something hef toy break the windows on the parked cars. important items were taken says one resident. >> they took my girlfriend's prescription glasses, some sunglasses of mine.
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.com/holidayoffer to give yourself the ultimate technology gift today. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. to give yourself the ultimate technology gift today. ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new subaru. we'll donate 250 dollars to a choice of charities that benefit your community. it feels good to be a helping hand. captioning funded by cbs and ford >> simon: tonight, you will not hear from world leaders about the greatness of nelson mandela, but from the people closest to him-- from the people who called him by his clan name, "madiba." what they saw and admired more than anything else was his power of forgiveness, how he forgave the people who had stolen his life from him. you will see him tonight not as nelson the man who liberated a nation, but as madiba-- father, husband, cellmate, friend. >> you know, most people
on every network in the same angle. no one was taking this opportunity to talk about this great technology or other companies that actually have similar technology. it was all amazon, the same story. it's 27-year-olds gathering the news and repeating it. >> there was some good newspaper stories raising some questions. but kou say this was a genius move by jeff bezoz since the whole media world got on it. >> yes, yes and yes. it was hooking all the holes. what about the birds. >> what about the birds. >> tune in at 11:00. >> other than a couple of skeptical questions about amazon being a large force in the marketing world that's driving other companies out of business charlie rose seemed wow. >> de. i don't have a problem with actually interviewing jeff bezos. he's tough to get. i have a problem with how and when it happened. how it happened was that he was not asking the really tough questions and when it happened was sunday night before cyber monday. now everyone is thinking amazon. let's go on and buy amazon products. that's an issue. >> and, you know, as some stories later pointsed out
. a technology that this is not really a pulley system. this is a step icepack guaranteed to succeed latter to spiritual unlike men. our ron hubbard had a perfect understanding of the human mind. if you follow these types, you will achieve a kind of enlightenment. god doesn't play a big role in scientology. there's a place for him. eight dynamics. i won't go into too much of the terminology. at the peak there's a place that's infinite, but not a clearly felt outlay. scientology will tell you you could be a southern baptist or jehovah's witnesses still be a scientologist. but a product that doesn't seem to be the case. people are urged away from other belief systems to be fully subscribers to scientology. >> he touched on the entertainers and you read a lot about that in the tabloids newspapers. i was wondering about their counterparts in the political scheme of things on both the national and state levels they are, how much influence do they have like the attorney general i think one time did bring up whether they were called or not. it was decided they were not -- it would be tax-free. can
out. we don't have to make anybody drive funny little cars or anything. technological innovation has given us a taolt, carbon nano fill to cheaply filter from fresh water and find energy-free d free for the capture in hydrothermal venting, police cal intervention will enable california to have developments in all its economic ability, will warrant carbon download into plant material, we also fund the development of robotics. >> thanks, next speaker. >> thank you very much. supervisors, south beach marina apartment, we don't get the show over there, so we don't see what's going on here. i would like to celebrate life, celebrate workers, celebrate a conversation, so keeping on the same page of all the things i've kind of picked up or some of the things i've picked up since i've been kindling here, keeping us on the same page, 706 mission, the building wasn't high enough, we need a waiver from regulation, planning department, it's okay, board, a, okay, washington, we can't make enough profit, we can't maximize. change of code, planters, no problem, board, hey, a, okay. later down closer
technology. it's going the make it easier for people to park at meters, they're going to be able to quickly pay, they're not going to have to remember to carry quarters with them, they're going to be able to remotely reload the meters and this is going the improve the experience for people throughout the city and for people coming into the city. so, i guess a question, mr. ris k*en is when can we expect this roll-out to be complete, and i asked that partly in the context when i came into office in january, 2011, the mta offered me one neighborhood, said you can pick one neighborhood to have credit card meters, we went with noly valley and i was told within a year or so, the rest of the district would be teetered with the new meters and that hasn't happened, if you could talk about the timing. >> yeah, sure, thank you. so, this has been a long process, it took us a long time to develop the request for a proposal because we wanted to make sure that all of the feedback we had gotten, particularly from some of our newer meters was incorporated and we're really pushing the parking meter industry
with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. dennis: the jobs market seems to be going in the right direction of that will it allow jobless benefits anyway? we have christopherodd and jaundice and do you feel based on today's numbers it was a key jobs report that first of all, to start with men of wage? raised the minimum wage? >> no reason why people who work full time should not be able to afford to live. read a living wage where peop could feel proud of what they do of what ever it is said the jobs created our service level jobs. a lot of people who have been through world war i of the unionized workers are of manufacturing paint is working in the service sector. then now these people go to work but now the government has to subsidize. stay back here is the thing. at with a wife and three children be i should not expect to work at mcdonald's and of making enough money to support the bill finally earned minimum-wage maybe i should not have had those three children. if that helps the of for the wide we just say everybody has to release 0 an hour now we solve poverty? w
and technology has made it easier for people to work and shop from home. >> there was much more aspiration to buy certain cars. i don't think the younger generation has that passion around it. it's really more getting from point a to b and they have more passion for what is in the car. things like entertainment systems. >> she says for automakers to attract younger dries they will build more small cars with more technology inside. >>> three community colleges in contra costa college are receiving facelifts. this time-lapsed video from diablo valley college shows some of the improvements. projects at dvc, los medasons and controcomfort will domestic $45 million. the colleges want to improve classroom technology, energy- efficiency and accessibility. the projects are expected tock done bit fall of 2016. >>> if you shoppedded for covered california health coverage, but did not enroll, your contact information could have been shared with companies, such as names and phone numbers. no health or financial information was given out. the executive director of covered california says the release w
to speed on the technology that's been applied to the system. so short term, for a week or so, yeah, they can get some quiet up on capitol hill. but obama's biggest problem is that the young people, the so-called millenials are not signing up and we just had this harvard poll out that said about 57% of them disapprove of obama care. and one of the reasons is the cost is very high, they didn't know the costs were going to be so high but the other reason is that the website is an experience that you would expect to have back in the early 1990s, not 2013. they have something, for instance, a cueing tool which means if 50,000 people are using the website, a little sign will come on and say, give us your e-mail address, you can't get on, and we'll call you back. >> for millenials, this is laughable and they lose faith in the system. so i think the process of signing people up is just going to lose ground over time. >> is it that big of a problem, joe? i mean, you're a millenia lchl. what do you think? is this something that your generation looks at and you say this is a bit ridiculous gi
to embrace. i previously -- above and beyond, we are investing $24 million additionally in technology. one of the things that amazes me about education and government in general, our underinvestment in technology cripples us. common core was decided on before i was governor of the state of connecticut. i was not one of the founders of the concept. i embrace it. based on scholastic poll -- 72% of teachers embrace it. the remaining folks are undecided about the issue. those teachers who have thought about it and studied it and have been doing their preparatory work do believe that concentrating on fewer things, but going deeper is the right way to go. you have the legislative package. you have a new evaluation system. it is not easy. that has to be made clear. once we get through this, we are going to have a clear road to higher achievement in our schools. we will get away from this concept that we have an obligation to distribute opportunity. hold ourselves responsible. several of our lowest performing school districts, we need to hold ourselves, the governor, the mayors, the parents, the t
a way to block? >> well, you know, i'm not against technology, so i'm not one of those people who says airplanes is really a bad thing. there will be air traffic control issues. my problem is more with surveillance for privacy reasons, so i'm worried about the government looking into our backyard. also worried about companies looking in our windows. i have said previously, this has nothing to do with amazon, but that the rules on peeping toms will have to be applied to higher technology. there has to be a certain extension of your privacy. not only your house, but your yard and the things you do that people shouldn't be able to observe all the time. there will have to be rules on private entities, but most particularly, the government looking at our activities. >> we also learned this week another revelation from edward snowden, that the nsa collects records on cell phones. four billion cell phone records outside the country every day and they can track where those cell phones are so they can track where people are. how severely would you like to restrict the surveillance by the nation
responsive. >> news organizations will pay for access. drone technology is tremendously cheaper. the model i use is only a few hundred dollars, it can be flown with a mobile app. the point of entry as which a journalist can figure how to use it is very low and the cost very low. >> journalists armed with available drones have already run into the long arm of the law. in june, a africa newsman was arrested. >> in august with, police in switzerland were caught by a photographer. in both cases, journalists were criticized for chasing famous faces. given that the media are often accused of being in the private moments of the famous, where do the paparazzi get these? they already have them. there are laws from meeking up to someone's windows --o9[kv bay of rainbokenneth bae kennet schiff tÑ >> hello, welcome to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz in new york. merrill newman is back on u.s. soil. the korean war veteran has his long-awaited homecoming after being detained in north korea. >> cheers greet french troops in the central african republic. >> finally as a family we are humbled by the m
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will accept bit coin as payment because it makes more sense. it's a space company, and modern technology but it begs the question will we see bit coin as a frequently accepted mode of payment in the future? >> i think we could. when you have the sale signal and it's faster and more security than a credit card payment but it's a matter of having those things in place and having people understand how it all works. >> do you think it will be technology that you can make this transfer very quickly and a simple thing to do? >> oh, yes. it's that way right now but the matter is how universal it is. how often have people heard of it, accept it and willing to take it to their business. right now that's the limiting factor. >> with when bit coin or when you started your travels bit coin was worth $100. right now it's inflated. there is a big bubble or it may not be a bubble but it's over $1,000. do you ever think, hum, maybe i should have saved that bit coin? >> i don't because really i went in this wanting to learn more about about it and the rise in valley just begs the question is this viable
, but above and beyond, we are investing $24 million additionally in technology. one of the things that amazes me about education and government in general, and if you look at the rollout of obamacare you understand that our underinvestment in technology cripples us. core,move towards common having districts that don't have on commonlogy to test core was one we needed to address. common core was decided on before i was governor of the state of connecticut. i was not one of the founders of the concept. i embrace it. more importantly than my embracing of it, based on scholastic poll -- 72% of teachers embrace it. really about 2% rejected. -- reject it. the remaining folks are undecided about the issue. those teachers who have thought about it and studied it and have been doing their preparatory work are getting it and do believe that concentrating on fewer things, but going deeper is the right way to go. you have the legislative package. you have a new common core. you have a new evaluation system. i understand that people think they are trying to drink out of a firehose in the state of connecti
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for the 3d technology in the senate. what is going to happen this week? >> i think what is going to happen is the senators that want to go further, who say this is not enough and the issue of 3d printed guns needs to be dealt with, they'll make that position on but they'll pass the house bill at the end of the day. everyone admits that's better than nothing and the reality, the sad depressing reality is if y you have to get the nra support to pass any gun bill. i think that's what's going to happen at the end of the day. >> part of the sort of political strategy of this is i think is one of the reason -- chuck schumer has been talking about making this a one-year extension. the idea being maybe if you extend it for a year, it comes up after the 2014 elections and then maybe you can pick up -- we're hearing about the republicans who are scared of tea party primary challenges. maybe then you can -- after the election, you can pick them off in the lame duck session. it is a strategy to maybe get more comprehensive gun legislation then. is that -- you start looking at the futility of the last
these new technologies, physicians say ready or fought, health care is evolving. >> one absolute is that health care is going to be very different five years from now. how it's going to benefit you is largely going to benefit you. that. >> slow and steady wins the race. that's the 401k. strategy. >> i not going to save $4 million. it has to grow. >> we'll look at the pros and cons of short term trading on your long investments. keep it right here. >> a a major u.s. employer is sending a strong message he to potential employees, if you smoke, we don't want you. significant in a announced it will not hire people who test positive for tobacco us. we have more on what some believe could become a trend. >> significant in a is one of the leading insurance companies on the planet. home run telling future employees you cannot work for us if you smoke, chew tobacco or use e. cigarettes. >> on tuesday, the company announced starting january 1, 2014, all perspective employees will not only be tested for drug use, but also nicotine use. >> a nationwide company is going to have to tailor thei
are watching a real sports game or video game. advances in technology play a big part but strides would not be possible without the help of the athletes. in advance of the nba 2 k launch a pair of warrior players assisted in the development making sure their styles were also showcased. >> i'm here in the 2 k sports place where i just cut myself on the game. ♪ >> this is my first time trying it all out. >> working on some moves. >> i'm excited to see where it goes. >> the fans always -- when you going to be out there? >> it will be the first time where a person who is on the bench will have his own signature. >> doing big things. >> so cool how that all comes together. taking on auburn. bo jackson on hand. james franklin from five yards out. a little tense on the sidelines. mason pushing his way across the goal line. 304 yards and four touchdowns for him. jackson knows that was huge and late in the game contest on the line. ryan smith will knock down franklin's pass. auburn, close one. >>> stanford update in tempe the cardinals playing against arizona state. they have a 28-14 lead abou
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with the u.s. on their security issues. we have tried to transfer the technology and know-how that we have acquired from 40 years of fighting drug traffickers and terrorism. we have been fighting organized crime and we are now using that know-how to help the caribbean and the islands and central america, and we are now also promoting the integration through initiatives like the ,acific alliance with mexico -- a best-peru performing economies of latin america. we got together and decided to integrate more. things are working quite well. it he has become an attraction for many investors and for the world. we will continue on with that initiative and try to integrate the whole continent. therefore, i think we are doing well on the economic side. we are doing well on the social side. we are performing well on the international front. but of course, the cherry on the pie would be the peace process. if we are able to finish this peace process, then i think the future for columbia and the region would be even much better. the question i put to good people -- i put to the people is, if we have ach
technology but these drones belong in the defense department only. obama should be controlling phem. i tell you why, i can think of nothing scarier than my entire suburban town full of these black suburban birds dropping packages off to the consumers. it needso be stopped before it gets started. >> jonas has never been this xi excited about something. do you disagree? you like these drones? >> i love them. these drones are not going to be armed, okay, they're not going to shoot anybody. they're also laws against the horseless carriage at the turn of the 20th century. oh, my god, we can't have these contraptions going all over town, they're going to killll people and children. this is the wave of the future. i love this. i want to order pizza from it as soon as we get one. >> i like that. bernard, are you going to be calling domino's too? >> i think it's a good idea for rural areas. for cities and suburbs, complete disaster. it's a huge pr attack for jeff bezos. he went on "60 minutes" right before cyber monday dropping this bomb. cyber monday sales for amazon, all-time high. maybe using som
chips. >> you like technology. here's a basket of them, go. >> qqq. >> good, like it. slippery watch out. thanks. for it for us. >> exclusive, rand's plan to resuscitate detroit, senator rand paul is here revealing his free market blueprint to get the motor city rolling again. with more cities on the brink, they might learn a thing or two before they go bust, too. plus -- >> there will be no more taxpayer funded bayouilouts, period. >> america is getting fed up. now the white house may be about to hand insurance companies another massive bailout because of obama care and you'll be paying for it. then, listen up, kids, don't be a maker, be a taker. a 6thgrader getting
slowly, in terms of electronic technology. and so we will forgive ourselves on that note. >> so, any further discussion on this? >> i just want to be clear so this is for anything over 100 dollars. and then i am practically just playing out how i in the years past, when i it has been a long 20 years since i was not an executive director and since i was going to the campaign and going to house parties and writing checks. i am just practically playing it out but the particular candidate has or is good friend and throws a house party and he speaks and people pull out their checkbooks and credit cards and it would be incumbent of that candidate to have these cards ready to go. >> yeah. >> and to strongly suggest or have the staff be, and remind everyone as they make their contribution that if it is going to be over $100 that you should fill this particular card out. >> yeah. and once, when they put up the cards and add the language, it is going to be there. >> it is going to be there. >> any further discussion, commissioners? >> and do i hear a motion? adopt this change? >> so moved. >>
this is an outstanding performance award from the crime technology division everyone in that unit received an award. the captains employmenty award is the person two 0 guarantee goes above and beyond their performance and we really like nominating folks for an award to anonymous award our officers but to really present - to really bring forth should not performance a member motive get that for making a homicide arrest or help a citizen above and beyond kind of the wild for about. they'll get to present it to the officer. okay. so those are the different tiefdz of award now the process. how it works is the award is nominated by way of memoranda. so supervisory officer will remember them and describe the actions and demonstrate house u how the actions come with within the criteria of the award. the police officer have american people investigation to see if the metal is deserved. chief suhr gets the report and forwards the offer to the office and put into a package for screening by the count i committee. if it's a unit civilization. in terms of a term limit it's based on the limit for 60 cases it -
technology? so every time you can rent you will find there are plenty of prison guards around. the key is for us to develop a more and more exciting future and gradually -- nobody voluntarily set to mcdonald's and wal-mart we'd like to go out of business. they just had to in the fight for customers. >> eight clothing designer from huntington beach. >> thank you so much for being here. my question for you is, as millions of americans continued to lose their health care coverage because of obamacare, what do you foresee the ramifications of that being? >> i suspect -- it's a great question that i suspect there will be a very bold attempt sometime next spring to fundamentally start dismantling of obamacare, and about half the democrats will be involved in the dismantling. i don't think -- when people realized by the way that the number who may get letters next october is 93 million. so you see the amount of pain out of 5 million. well, the best estimate we have right now from the government itself is 93 million. if you're a democrat up for reelection and you think to yourself, october --
to put you in handcuffs. >> now the innovative technology that can spot a stolen car parked in the middle of a city block. >> there were multiple gunshots fired. >> it can track a gunman thousands of miles away. >> if you can track it then you can predict it. >>> severe winter storms are causing power outages and caused so much trouble with traffic across the country. temperatures in north dakota plunged to 20 degrees below zero over the weekend. winter weather advisories are in effect from vermont to virginia as the system moves east. we have more on all of this weather across the country. jaleel la. >> the conditions across washington, d.c. to new york city are alley deteriorating. look at the traffic cam right now. the roadways empty. they should be empty. look at that snow piled up on the roadways. that's the scene in washington, d.c. very different scene in new york city. cloudy skies for sure. don't worry, the snow and the sleet is on the way, and temperatures are going to plummet as we track on into the evening hours. take a look at the map here behind me. as a matter of fact, this
workers and recent large scale dislocation events that were in the information technology sector when 500 individuals lost employment this summer. this additional assistance is available to us when mass layoffs occur so we have the capacity to respond with services beyond what we can do with the allocation. this will assist other workers that are dislocated during this period and the goal is serve up to 175 workers through the date of the grant of march 31, 2015 and i am happy to answer any questions. >> okay. any questions supervisor mar? appreciate it. no budget analyst report. we will move to public comment? seeing none public comment is closed. motion to move this item forward and we can move without opposition. madam clerk can you call item six and seven . >> item six is approving amendment to the san francisco tour impdirect and collection of distribution of fees by the office of the treasurer and tax collector and item seven is resolution for moscone expansion district management district plan and transfer fees by office of the treasurer and tax collector. agreement with th
that technology was talking about that we all talk about in health care. i also wanted to mention the health care finances is completed and also in the wellness i wanted to point out that we did just a massive biometric screening at the hall of justice. 267 employees had bio metrics screening. what was important about this is that, i think this is in the slide in the wellness section, there were 361 people where their blood pressure was above normal. there was a lot of people that didn't know they had underlying cardiac risk who found out for the first time at this screening. this is an important kind of activity. it reminds me, we lost and amazing librarian last month. a 51-year-old woman who died of a heart attack. this kind of activities that everyone knows what their risk and labs are is important to prevent that. that brought me the importance of the wellness activities. i also wanted to point out the wellness resolution that is cl you had -- included in the packet itself. the staff, it's such a foundation component of wellness and looking at what the chp services should look like in the fu
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and facilities. it falls on municipalities for finding solutions and technology is playing a leading role. this is the future of elderly care. a machine that lives with you in your own home. it keeps an eye on you and relatives and the medical help are just a click away. giraffe louse you to virtuallily enter the home vie a computer and internet. and conduct a visit. >> if i were your granny, what would you do for me? >> take care of people and live independently. >> can granny gets tired can she just say good-bye? >> she can say good-bye. >> see you later. >> different electronic care solution he for the elderly and the giraffe is one of the popular ones. >> people above 80 started to tell me a lot of situations why they could be more independent, where they could gain integrity. if they could have a giraffe in their home. >> inventions like the giraffe are saving money for swedish health care system. money essential for the future care of an aging population. linda lynnvey, al jazeera sweden. >> and that is it and for me the rest of the team in europe. now it's back to doreen in doha. >
. it calls on local municipalities to find creative solutions, and technology is playing a leading role. this is the future of elderly care. a machine that lives with you in your own home. it keeps an eye on you and relatives and medical help are just a click away. giraffe allows you to enter a home from the computer via the internet and conduct visits with your loved ones. if i was your granny what can you do for me? >> take a look at the kitchen and look at the counter and sink and see if this person is able to take care of themselves and live independently. >> if granny gets tired of you, can she say good-bye. >> she can say good-bye. >> see you later. they have been using different electronic care solutions for the elderly, and the giraffe is one of the popular ones. >> people started to tell me a lot of situations where they could be more i understand pnt and gain integrity if they could have this giraffe in their home. >> reporter: inventions like the giraffe are saving money for the swedish health care system, money essential for the future care of the aging population. al jazeer
technologies congressional connection poll. about -- actually, more than half of these young people, 18 to 29 who were surveyed said, they actually think the law is going to get repealed. whether that's reality or not, it's the perception. if they think that after three-plus years of what most of us would argue there's been pr, how in the world do you convince them at this point to sign up? >> absolutely, shannon. i think what this really shows is millenials are a whole lot smarter than president obama thinks they are. they have looked at the choices and, as this poll shows, they are not really interested. he catapulted to his presidency by taking this group of people for granted and as much as i think young people want to see some sort of health care reform, they are not really interested in being forced to pay for something that doesn't really benefit them. >> richard, what does the president do if they decide that they are not signing up? >> i hear you, shannon. the only people taking young millenials for granted is the republican party and i think your poll speaks to that. the poll indica
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